Manchester United legend Andy Cole is impressed by his old club's current strike-force.
Cole was part of United's sensational Treble-winning frontline in 1999 along with Dwight Yorke, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Cole, who scored 93 times in 195 games for the Red Devils, said: "United still have the better forwards.
"They are obviously missing Wayne Rooney - who is a match-winner when he's fit - but Javier Hernandez is one to be feared. He's had a fantastic start.
"Michael Owen may not have played as many games as he would have liked, but they still have Federico Macheda coming through as well.
"Then there's Dimitar Berbatov. He may be languid in his style, but he is very good in the air and can produce a moment of magic.
"Sir Alex Ferguson will want them to get to where we were in 1999. All four of us could play together. We all clicked. I don't know why. It was freakish."